We’re all shook up about this week’s Polaroid – the Elvis statue in Memphis, Tennessee!
Check out these colorful chicks! An Easter custom in the Middle East and Asia, we found baskets filled with multi-colored chicks here in Copan, Honduras in celebration of Christmas.
The problem with sharing your photos on social media, is that we’re looking at everyone else’s photos too. That can be a knock to the ego. Everyone is an aspiring …
This week I returned to my favorite place in Cambodia: the sleepy riverside town of Kampot. I just love the laid-back atmosphere and slow pace of life in rural Cambodia!
Floating basketball courts, hospitals, and supermarkets…The floating villages on Cambodia’s Lake Tonle Sap might have the comforts of home, but they are unlike any place we’ve ever lived….
Nicaragua’s Ometepe Island is the largest fresh-water island in the world, formed by two volcanoes which jut out of Lake Nicaragua. Major changes are happening here as a result of tourism, but beyond the newly paved road, the traditional village life on Ometepe remains…for now.
Nicaragua rocks, literally. Yes, we did love Nicaragua that much, but actually we are talking about the fact that each evening, Nicaraguans around the country, gather together with friends and family, either in their front room or even outside, and rock the evening away in their rocking chairs.
The night markets in Thailand are every foodie’s dream: plenty of cheap, delicious dishes cooked up on the side of the road!
As we are leaving South East Asia, we are thinking of all the things we’ll miss – one of them being the daily alms giving ceremony that we witnessed in many places.